A tool to help health care professionals talk to survivors about resources available in their office or clinic, in the community, online, and over the telephone.
Tools for Health Care Professionals
A brief guide detailing indicators and outcome measures that can be used to monitor the success of survivorship programs.
Advancing Survivorship Care Through the National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center: Developing American Cancer Society Guidelines for Primary Care Providers
The Survivorship Center coordinated the work of experts in oncology, primary care, and other health care professions to develop clinical follow-up care guidelines. Learn more in this article published in CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians.
American Cancer Society Cancer Survivorship Care Guidelines
To help shape adult post-treatment cancer survivorship care and to improve the quality of life of cancer survivors, clinical follow-up care guidelines were developed for primary care clinicians and other health care providers who care for cancer survivors.
Learn about an E-Learning Series to help primary care providers understand the needs of cancer survivors and deliver clinical follow-up care.
The National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center Toolkit: Implementing Clinical Practice Guidelines for Cancer Survivorship Care
Download a free copy of this toolkit that includes resources to help implement the American Cancer Society cancer survivorship care guidelines, information on training opportunities for primary care providers, and patient materials to help activate cancer survivors to be full participants in their survivorship care.